Balochistan’s leader Dr Allah Nazar Baloch came down heavily on Islamic extremists calling the jihadis as the B-team of rogue intelligence agency ISI, who are trying to spread their tentacles in Pakistan-occupied Balochistan (POB).
Dr Allah Nazar Baloch is Balochistan’s pro-independence leader who is leading the Baloch revolutionaries fighting for independence from Pakistan. In recent times Pakistan Army and its intelligence wing ISI have suffered huge setback at the hands of Baloch sarmachaars (freedom fighters), and in order to regain their vice-like grip the Panjabi generals are now resorting to their favourite tactic of spreading Islamic extremism in order to destabilise Balochistan’s social fabric. Dr Allah Nazar Baloch was quick to read through this nefarious gambit.
“Religious extremists in Balochistan are the B-Team of ISI. They want to destroy our secular values and eliminate minorities. The pamphlet after the murder of a Hindu trader & threatening of women in Wadh Khuzdar shows the nefarious plans of ISI. Its master mind is Shafiq Mengal,” Dr Allah Nazar Baloch criticized the Islamist poster in strong words in his tweet.
A few days ago, Hindu businessman Ashok Kumar was murdered by Shaifq Mengal’s Death Squad in Wadh tehsil of Khuzdar district for refusing to pay extortion money. Soon after the murder Baloch traders and businessmen had protested and had blocked the Quetta-Karachi highway. Within a fortnight of this cold-blooded murder ISI-backed Shafiq Mengal has started floating this pamphlet in Balochistan to spread his rein of terror.
The poster published by an Islamic extremist group Caravan Saifullah carries Taliban-style diktats that says people should not allow women to leave their homes and openly threatens Hindu traders in Balochistan. It does not stop here. The poster also warns women not to enter their shops and stay away from them. The poster also gives death threats to those who disobey the diktat. Caravan Saifullah functions under the command of Shafiq Mengal, the head of ISI-backed Death Squad in Balochistan.